ADA - The Ohio Northern men's swimming and diving team is ranked No.21 nationally in the latest Endless Pools/CollegeSwimming.com poll.



The Polar Bears (4-1 overall, 2-0 Ohio Athletic Conference) totaled 641.3 points based on their best swims over the past three weeks.

Kenyon is ranked No. 1 with 929.6 points, Denison is No. 2 with 919.1 points and MIT (Mass.) is No. 3 with 918.4 points.

Northern was ranked No. 21 on Nov. 7 and was ranked No. 25 on Nov. 17 earlier this season.

The Endless Pools/CollegeSwimming.com is the only objective ranking of college swimming for NCAA Divisions I, II, and III, NAIA, and NJCAA. Each swim is assigned a score relative to its national ranking.

The team score is calculated from the average of the top twenty-seven swims for each team. The Endless Pools/CollegeSwimming.com Top 25 takes the best team performance over a four-week period.

The Polar Bears will be in action on Friday with a dual meet against Findlay at 6 pm at the ONU Sports Center.

Endless Pools/CollegeSwimming.com Poll - Dec. 10

Rank School Points

1. Kenyon 929.6

2. Denison 919.9

3. MIT 918.4

4. Johns Hopkins (Md.) 911.1

5. Emory (Ga.) 910.7

6. College of Jew Jersey 869.3

7. DePauw (Ind.) 825.6

8. Kenne State (N.H.) 807.3

9. Chicago (Ill.) 795.8

10. Stevens (N.J.) 790.4

11. Washington (Mo.) 781.6

12. New York U. 764.6

13. Carnegie Mellon (Pa.) 739.4

14. Gettysburg (Pa.) 721.3

15. St. Olaf (Minn.) 715.8

16. Calvin (Mich.) 700.7

17. Wisconsin-Stevens Point 670.7

18. Wheaton (Ill.) 663.9

19. Worcester Polytecnic (Mass.) 651.9

20. Mary Washington (Va.) 647.5

21. Ohio Northern 641.3

22. Rowan (N.J.) 636.4

23. Wabash (Ind.) 623.7

24. Case Western Reserve 620.4

25. Westminster (Pa.) 619.2



ONU women's swimming



ADA - The Ohio Northern women's swimming and diving team is ranked No. 22 nationally in the latest Endless Pools/CollegeSwimming.com poll.



The Polar Bears (3-3 overall, 2-0 Ohio Athletic Conference) totaled 596.1 points based on their best swims over the past three weeks.



Emory (Ga.) is ranked No. 1 with 928.1 points, Johns Hopkins (Md.) is No. 2 with 919.8 points and Denison is No. 3 with 919.6 points.



Northern is making his first appearance in the power rankings.



The Endless Pools/CollegeSwimming.com is the only objective ranking of college swimming for NCAA Divisions I, II, and III, NAIA, and NJCAA. Each swim is assigned a score relative to its national ranking.



The team score is calculated from the average of the top twenty-seven swims for each team. The Endless Pools/CollegeSwimming.com Top 25 takes the best team performance over a four-week period.



The Polar Bears will be in action on Friday with a dual meet against Findlay at 6 pm at the ONU Sports Center.



Endless Pools/CollegeSwimming.com Poll - Dec. 10



Rank School Points

1. Emory (Ga.) 928.1

2. Johns Hopkins (Md.) 919.8

3. Denison 919.6

4. Kenyon 913.4

5. Washington (Mo.) 853.9

6. Gustavus Adolphus (Minn.) 835.5

7. MIT 830.8

8. Chicago (Ill.) 814.3

9. Carnegie Mellon (Pa.) 800.6

10. Wheaton (Ill.) 767.9

11. DePauw (Ind.) 723.6

12. Stevens (N.J.) 714.2

13. New York U. 701.3

14. Wisconsin-LaCrosse 684.4

15. Grove City (Pa.) 667.1

16. Rochester (N.Y.) 656.7

17. Calvin (Mich.) 655.1

18. Williams (Mass.) 612.8

19. Wellesley (Conn.) 608.5

20. Luther (Iowa) 605.7

21. Carthage (Wis.) 600.3

22. Ohio Northern 596.1

23. Westminster (Pa.) 595.0

24. Mary Washington (Va.) 592.0

25. Whitworth (Wash.) 586.5